|Michael Tuma is a senior wildlife biologist at ECORP Consulting in Redlands, California, and a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Southern California, where he is enrolled in the Integrative and Evolutionary Biology Program within the Biological Sciences Department. His research interests include population biology, evolutionary ecology, and herpetology, with a particular interest in the biology of turtles and tortoises. He is currently investigating variation of life history traits in the North American Gopherus tortoises for his dissertation research, and studying the evolutionary and biogeographical history of the pancake tortoise for his post-doc research.|
|Special interests: "Reptiles and Amphibians" "Southern California Plants and Wildlife" "Desert Tortoise"|
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